Suemori
Maebashi

23,00

only 3 left

about the record

An inheritance from Suemori's grandfather, the name sets the tone of the album that synthesizes traditional Japanese instruments into an electronic format. Driven by a meditative beat, flutes and choral voices glide through "Senpai Kouhai," while "Hankumoi" shudders with lucid synth. The cultural iconography of Japan emerges from this dark, textual landscape, haunted both by the ghosts of the past and spectral sound of the future.

  1. 1 - Obanzai 2:30
  2. 2 - Bonsai 4:02
  3. 3 - Suemori Desu 0:22
  4. 4 - Yakkosan 4:31
  5. 5 - Kaminari Okoshi 5:59
  6. 6 - Minamoto 3:55
  7. 7 - Mekashikomu 2:27
  8. 8 - Okaya 3:33
  9. 9 - Yasoshima Kakete 4:15
  10. 10 - Hankumoi 6:26
  11. 11 - Senpai Kouhai 4:07

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Suemori
Maebashi

23,00

only 3 left

  1. 1 - Obanzai 2:30
  2. 2 - Bonsai 4:02
  3. 3 - Suemori Desu 0:22
  4. 4 - Yakkosan 4:31
  5. 5 - Kaminari Okoshi 5:59
  6. 6 - Minamoto 3:55
  7. 7 - Mekashikomu 2:27
  8. 8 - Okaya 3:33
  9. 9 - Yasoshima Kakete 4:15
  10. 10 - Hankumoi 6:26
  11. 11 - Senpai Kouhai 4:07

Embed

Copy and paste this code to your site to embed.

about the record

An inheritance from Suemori's grandfather, the name sets the tone of the album that synthesizes traditional Japanese instruments into an electronic format. Driven by a meditative beat, flutes and choral voices glide through "Senpai Kouhai," while "Hankumoi" shudders with lucid synth. The cultural iconography of Japan emerges from this dark, textual landscape, haunted both by the ghosts of the past and spectral sound of the future.

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